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Young Minds Unlock Their Online Brand

By Jessica Muhlbier

“In times of rapid change, we are all students.”

With this in mind, my employer, Thornley Fallis sent me back to school. The occasion was HumberPR’s second annual Personal Brand Camp, a brilliant workshop that encourages students to think about their digital footprint.

Be.ez La Garde Robe notebook case reviewed

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

For meetings around town, day trips and seminars, the Be.ez La Garde Robe is an ideal way to carry a notebook and a few accessories. The adjustable shoulder strap is well secured and distributes weight nicely. Build quality and design is excellent all around, this is an attractive case and more than one client commented positively on it

Apple Unibody MacBook: stellar performance and a sleeker design

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

This MacBook has become popular not just for what it introduces but also what it has removed. There is no longer a user replaceable battery, no FireWire slot and for reasons known only to Apple, no battery charge indicator on the chassis.

2010: The Year of the Tablet PC

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

What are the benefits of a tablet computer today? A compact and connected multi-touch based computer is a nice adjunct to desktops and notebooks specially for traveling and light-use computing.

Meet the Team

Ted Kritsonis Ted Kritsonis, consummate freelancer and eminent tech guru, is the guy who brings his game when we need it. He contributes to numerous publications in Canada and the US, and formerly was editor of Macworld Canada. His passion…

How to watch Hulu and BBC iPlayer in Canada

By Ted Kritsonis

Geo-blocking isn’t fun for anyone, but it’s the reality we face here in Canada, since copyright and licensing issues preclude us from enjoying all the content that’s on tap with popular online TV show repositories like Hulu in the U.S. and BBC iPlayer in the U.K. Thankfully, there are ways to get around this.